Reviews and Problems with Razer BlackWidow Stealth
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They make it better!
Wraeth, B&H Photo
30 May 2015
Excerpt: I have the Razor Ultimate and the this Stealth that pairs with my new build rocks! BW Stealth is cheaper than when I bought the Ultimate new by [$]. It is quieter and also has audio and usb jacks built in. This is an awesome deal with "steal" in it's name.
First time buyer of a mechanical keyboard, im glad i choosed RAZER
eddy f., Newegg
4 March 2015
Summary: Well after i saw the quality of this keybord, im going to look for a Razer headset and mice
Pros: Super well packaged Plug in and the driver will ask you to instal (no need to search or find the site web) Raser Synapse Configurator is realy easy to use The quality of the keyboard is the best i ever had befor I did buy it after i did some research and i got what i was expecting!
Cons: Nothing, im pretty sure i got a perfect product !!!
Pros: As first Mechanical for a heavy typist and partial gamer: Pleasant typing experience silent and high quality switches and key caps. Heavy and sturdy in a favorable way. Nice matt anti dirt finishing. Pulsing logo transfers a good sense of being alive (Personal remark) Nice programmable 5 macros (...
Summary: I owned a Black Widow that wasn't a stealth version for a few months and decided to go for the stealth version because I like to record my gameplay. The clicking sound from the mechanical switches was something that I wasn't a huge fan of but I absolutely loved the keyboard.
Pros: Quiet, fast, and responsive, nice design with many features. You can put in macros with 5 custom macro slots, great for video recording because there's not loud mechanical clicking to be heard in the background. Tactile feeling is great.
AZER Blackwidow 2014 Stealth Edition Black Mechanical Keyboard
Harold L., Newegg
30 July 2014
Pros: Very tactile feeling keyboard and very quiet compared to there old version of last year. I love there new orange keyswitches they have used.
Cons: purchased the opened box one they had and lets just say the box or the item wasnt in good condition when i got it it was dusty and they didnt seem to put a cover the keyboard and just left it out . Took the keyboard out the case and it was just filthy i took a key out and it was just cover with d...
Summary: This is an awesome keyboard in my opinion. I love it sooo much. I'm just upset that I bought the non backlit one by accident. But still, it's and awesome keyboard.
Pros: This is a great keyboard. Razer's switches are better than any other. Razer Synapse is awesome when you need different key bindings for different games. 5 Macro keys. A function to turn off the windows key, alt f4, and alt tab while gaming. Has a usb 2.0 port ob the side of the keyboard. Has a he...
Summary: What can I say? I wanted a mechanical keyboard for a while and this one caught my eyes :P After trying a few models in various stores and things, I've noticed that this keyboard was in the "less loud" range compared to some REALLY loud ones.
Pros: -looks great, -sturdy, -keys noise is "softer" than some mechanical keyboards I've tried, -It's heavy and has rubber thingies under it so let's just say that it stays in place ^^, -macro :P
Cons: There's no wrist rest thingie but aside from that there's no real cons ^^, -No backlit for the keys, but I really don't mind it that much ^^
Summary: Response time for games is excellent and the tactile feel is wonderful if you're a mechanical keyboard fan. I've had no quirky issues. The software is competently executed and is very helpful for creating different program profiles. My only negatives are personal preferences.
Pros: - Nice mechanical feel.
- Quieter than other mechanical keyboards.
- Great response time.
- Easy to use, useful software for creating profiles and macros.
- USB pass through.
- Lighting, sound and "game mode" hardware buttons.
- Solid build quality.
Cons: - Keyboard feels a bit small. Could actually be a bit larger.
- Only one colour scheme.